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obligations for the required insurance levels. lastly, the telecommunications and medical gases requirements of the hospital itself went through every evolution and required additional design services. in terms of modification ten. we are seeking approval for ten and drivers for modification ten is to continue and perfect some value engineering on a telecommunication systems so we could reduce -- get within the budget for that trade package for the low voltage. we also are revising the uninterrupted power supply system designed slightly as well to align with the current needs for the hospital. lastly, design services for a hybrid operating room design which will fulfill an early requirement program requirement that wasn't fully developed six years ago in so much as integrating some graphic equipment with the o.r.s. the modification ten will bring the contract value to $53,376, 607. the rebuild is within budget and we are not asking for additional funds. we have been carrying contingency anticipating over the life of the program which is close to over nine year program. we anticipated that t
. with that the public hearing was closed and the board voted to deny the appeal. and then the board lastly voted on a final reading of the ordinance introduced by supervisor campos allowing personal service uses on the heard this and approved it at your november 29 meeting. there are two new pieces of legislation introduced this week coming your way. first was introduced by supervisor ferrell and it would allow medical service in the sacramento neighborhood commercial district. it would permit a change of use from business or professional service to medical services on the first floor. also this week supervisor avalos introduced a rather large ordinance titled conversion, demolition and conformity of residential uses. this would revise the criteria for residential conversion and standardize definitions for these uses across various use districts, permit enlargement of dwelling units which are non-conforming as to density in the districts where these dwelling units are principally increase into the non-conforming elements of height bulk are required rear yards or setbacks. this would permit alter
hearing was closed and the board voted to deny the appeal. and then the board lastly voted on a final reading of the ordinance introduced by supervisor campos allowing personal service uses on the é heard this and approved it at your november 29 meeting. there are two new pieces of legislation introduced this week coming your way. first was introduced by supervisor ferrell and it would allow medical service in the sacramento neighborhood commercial district. it would permit a change of use from business or professional service to medical services on the first floor. also this week supervisor avalos introduced a rather large ordinance titled conversion demolition and conformity of residential uses. this would revise the criteria for residential conversion and standardize definitions for these uses across various use districts, permit enlargement of dwelling units which are non-conforming as to density in the districts where these dwelling units are principally permitted //f increase into the non-conforming
in those corridors and i believe it is a valuable service. so, and then lastly just to note, before the $10 price differential was put in place, muni still collected all the fast pass sales revenue and a abortion of that fast pass price supported the payments to bart for the service. so, that gets to the point from mr. rose's office that the subsidy from sfmta to bart is $5.6 million. so, there is a portion of the original fast pass price that also goes into the subsidy. and that $5.6 million is approximately the level of revenue loss that bart incurs by offering the discounted reimbursement rate to sfmta. so, we agree it is a regional contribution that both agencies are making to this program, and we support moving forward. >> thank you, i appreciate that. >> thank you. >> just to be clear, you're saying that based upon the fast pass agreement, the kind of revenue loss and gain for you, you kind of wash out; is that correct? >> we -- by offering the discounted reimbursement rate at did $1.19compared to base rate of $1.75, the annual revenue loss is on the order of about $5 million for us.
more transparent and lastly this legislation would not have been possible without the officers at the station and many neighbors and merchants that have also given voice to this process and this is valid and long overdue and colleagues i do ask for your support on this legislation. >> colleagues with can he take this in house in call. >> >>> i'll be supporting this legislation and one aspect -- but there is a benefit that i see that happens in my district is we have a lot of people who are junk gatherers in my district and park their vehicles throughout the compel sells corior and throughout thigh neighbor and i didn't support the over size vehicle legislation because we could a mass a certain amount of sinuses -- but this legislation may require a gatherer to have a permanent in their vehicle and in their car and is to me, that seems a better way to bring some accountability to how the appearance of the vehicles are that blunder our neighbors and it doesn't solvent problem but it gets us a step closer and that is not the only reason i'm supporting it but i'll be backing th
environment and lastly we looked how can we encourage private sector investment and new and the city can't do this on its own. we need to work with the private sector and leverage this and that could be look at programs to reduce the cost of and expand clean energy financing and with pace and other mechanisms, pursuing third party ownerships and partnerships to develop more renewable energy. levering caa and and to the fee and tariff and having this set of customers under cca and guaranteed off takers the renewable power for years to come you can assure to the developers there is the market to sell into and thereby help them to get financing and get projects on the ground and supporting clean investments. for example by working with the pension and retirement funds to use some portion of the portfolios to go towards these programs and demonstrations on public property and that's been started already on clean power sf. we have almost 40 members in total and it's a fantastic group and we're lucky to have knowledgeable folks and universities in the area and active community members so a very
and lastly this legislation would not have been possible without the officers at the station and
choices. lastly i especially want to thank my husband over there. horace and my two children matt and christina who is away at college for their endless support and dinners and the long evenings of events that i'm not home. i love you very much. you're all my support glue. thank you board of education members, superintendent carranza, principal carol fong, the teachers who are here and the great community for this great honor and award and recognition. thank you. [applause] >> thank you very much. we also like to call to the podium our chief of early learning carla bryant and director of early education to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the san francisco unified school district early education department. [applause] >> turn this -- >> good evening superintendent, president norton, vice mayor president fewer and board commissioners. it gives me great honor to talk about the wonderful history of the program now known as the early education department. the program has been in the district for 70 years serving family children from low income and high risk communities. we wou
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